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Korean fried chicken has become incredibly popular since it was first introduced in South Korea in the 1990s with many Korean fried chicken outlets now popular in Malaysia.
Excessive growth in tourism, dubbed ‘tourism pollution’, has emerged as a worldwide problem, and can also lead to disappointment for visitors. Japan is finding ways to deal with it.
A pre-university student feels no motivation to do anything. She used to be ambitious and excited about the future, but now, she just feels tired and cannot imagine herself ever being happy.
The inaugural WAFX Prize at the World Architecture Festival 2017 awards designs that bank on sustainability.
Japan’s love affair with pachinko – its own breed of slot machine – comes under spotlight as casinos are finally legalised in the country.
Life on Earth is already changing – and not for the better – because of climate change.
She struggles to cope with life, six months after she learning that her boyfriend died suddenly in an accident.
The Center for International Forestry Research has found that community involvement and respecting women's rights are imperative in mangrove governance.
A mother's brain changes during pregnancy to prepare them for motherhood, says a new study.